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***IMPORTANT NOTICE 6/4/2018*** - Unfortunately Birdline are now full with regard to rescue birds, and are currently UNABLE take additional birds into the charity. We will provide an update as soon as the position changes


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Always check to ensure the organisation you wish to use is registered with an approved organisation such as ‘The Charities Commission’ 

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2 Replies and 1848 Views Apple juice  1848  2 Started by  Deb Tux Could any one tell me is it possible to mix a little apple juice with the birds drinking water or is it too sweet I have been mixing aloe juice in it and he/she quite likes this just wondered for abit of a change. Thanks in advance Deb
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28-08-2015 6:14 PM
1 Replies and 1109 Views coconut  1109  1 Started by  david        Hi     could I let my ring neck  have coconut from the shell       thanks David  
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14-02-2015 4:43 PM
4 Replies and 2117 Views Banana French Toast  2117  4 Started by  Sue C 2Large eggs 1Medium banana,mashed 4Slices multi-grain bread Mix eggs, mash the banana and add the egg mixture.Dip bread into mixture.(Add water if needed.) In a frying pan sprayed with a nonstick spray, cook until both sides a golden brown.Cut into small pieces.Top with crushed almonds if preferred.
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30-03-2014 4:47 PM
1 Replies and 1678 Views CARROT BROCCOLI OMELETTE  1678  1 Started by  Sue C 2Eggs with shells (washed) 2tbs. low fat ricotta cheese 1/4 cup shredded carrots 1/4cup finely chopped broccoli Mix ingredients together.Spray a nonstick spray onto a frying pan.Scramble eggs until firm. sue c
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19-11-2013 7:01 AM
1 Replies and 1484 Views PEANUT SQUASH  1484  1 Started by  Sue C                                             1Butternut or acorn squash                                              1/4or 1/2Cup unsalted,shelled peanuts   &n...
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19-11-2013 7:01 AM
1 Replies and 1627 Views stir fry & honey glaze,with egg noodles  1627  1 Started by  Sue C 1/pack of stir fry 1/pack of egg noodles 2/tsp of pure honey Fry veg with a tiny bit low spray oil. Then after 5mins put tour egg noodles in. Then fry for 5mins. Then add your honey then just stir trhe honey round. Then take off heat and leave to cool. If you make too much you can freeze for another time and heat up in micro wave. sue c
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08-11-2013 6:59 AM
2 Replies and 1718 Views Bean and Veggie Mash  1718  2 Started by  Sue C 16oz.15-Bean soup mix            1Small can of pumpkin (1/2 of large can ) 2Ripe bananas                            1cup frozen vegetables 4Ripe yams                                Baby carrots 4TBS, Margarine &...
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08-11-2013 6:58 AM
2 Replies and 1773 Views Mish Mash  1773  2 Started by  Sue C 2Cups cooked brown rice        1Large red apple 1 Can pumpkin                        1Large granny smith apple 2Cups frozen vegetables          Some fresh spinach 1Cup any kind cooked beans Cook the rice and the beans until done.Place in a food processor and finely chop.Add the apples and vegetables ...
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21-09-2013 3:29 AM
0 Replies and 1180 Views Corn Bread Squares  1180  0 Started by  Sue C 2Cups yellow cornmeal           1/3Cup mixed vegetables 1Tsp. baking powder               1/3Cup grated crrots 1Egg with shells(washed)         1/3 Cup brown rice, cooked 1/2Cup chunky apple sauce      1/3 mixed nuts 1/2Cup natural apple juice Preheat oven to 350f Mix all the ingredients togther, adding more juice if needed.Put in a greased 8...
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17-09-2013 3:47 PM
2 Replies and 1554 Views Fast and easy Muffins  1554  2 Started by  Sue C 2Cups whole meal selfraising flour            1 16oz can split pea soup 1/2Cup oats                                            1/2soup can of water 2tbs,baking powder                            ...
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17-09-2013 2:44 AM
0 Replies and 1203 Views Leftovers Bread  1203  0 Started by  Sue C 1Box cornbread mix       Anything else left over in the way of fruits,vegetables,beans,rice,ect. 2Eggs with shells  (washed) Preheat oven to 350 degrees farenhieght. Follow the instructions on the corn bread mix.Mix everything together,blending well.Bake on a cookie sheet for 20-30minutes or until a tooth pick comes out clean. Cut into cubes and freeze. feed one cube a day. Depending on the left overs, you will need to ajust the liquid to make a batter of c...
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15-09-2013 3:55 PM
0 Replies and 1199 Views Good stuff bread  1199  0 Started by  Sue C 3/4cup soy flour     1/2cup chopped nuts 1cup whole wheat flour      1/2cup chopped dates,dried cranberries,or raisins 1cup all purpose flour         1cup plain yoghurt or applesauce 1/2cup wheat germ           1egg,beaten with shells (washed) 1/4cup multi-grain flour      1/4cup oil 1/3cup instant dry milk       ...
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11-09-2013 3:27 PM
8 Replies and 1736 Views Advice plaese  1736  8 Started by  Deb Tux Could someone tell me are birds allowed celery I have read somewhere I cant for the life of me remember where, that you shouldn't feed it to them so I have put it on my 'DO NOT FEED' list. Yet I found recipe tonight on a website that is simple and looks tasty but it has listed celery as one of the foods used in it. The recipe was specifically for birds!!   HELP PLEASE!! 
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29-08-2013 5:14 PM
23 Replies and 3487 Views Cooked or raw  3487  23 Started by  Deb Tux
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I havent as yet got a bird living with me. Just gathering all information I can before it happens. Could anyone tell me do parrots prefer vegatables cooked or raw, chopped, sliced, diced or whole Thank you in advance for the help/information
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09-02-2013 1:16 PM
5 Replies and 2741 Views Cinnamon sticks and star anise  2741  5 Started by  Oodie I've just tried with this them....they love them both.&160; The birds tend to smell very 'tasty' afterwards though...
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by  AggieJump to last post
09-01-2013 4:36 PM
2 Replies and 1802 Views Cakes made especially for Parrots  1802  2 Started by  jonesy Hi all. Thanks to all those that have bought my cakes already. From the feedback that I have had, I have added another package on my website for the cakes. As not all Parrots like all of them I have now put a package together where you can pick what varieties you would like so that you can pick their favourite. Hope this helps.
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09-01-2013 2:27 PM
7 Replies and 3072 Views Website of Recipies  3072  7 Started by  Jenny Hiya everyone I've been looking for decent recipies for Jasper, as I lose all creativity when deciding how best to prepare.&160; I've come across this website which seems ok and is actually quite easy to understand as under separate headings. however now I am lost as to what the ingredients are, any clues as to what the following are, eg. what they look like and where I am likely to find them in the supermarket whould be quite useful , hope you find the website useful also: http://www.thesca....
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by  traceyJump to last post
09-01-2013 7:07 AM
6 Replies and 1768 Views Birdie Pops  1768  6 Started by  J & S I made my CAG's a cup of Fruit blend herbal tea and while it was cooling I decided to make Ice pops, these are suitable for Parrots (and even humans and they taste yummy) I poured cold Herbal Fruit Blend tea in to ice cube trays Added a whole Raspberry (optional any fruit can be used) Cut a spatula in half and stuck it in to the Raspberry Put it in the freezer to freeze. Once frozen they are ready for your birdies, I tend to just run them under water before giving them to my birds firs...
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09-01-2013 7:02 AM
5 Replies and 2880 Views Parrot Sweeties.  2880  5 Started by  Julie Thought I'd share this recipie with you that I got ages ago from Parrots magazine.&160; I call it parrot sweeties altho in my case it should be Fred's sweeties as he is the only one that will eat it.&160; However the photo in magazine shows a grey tucking in so maybe mine are too fussy.&160; half a cup each of clear honey, sugar,chunky peanut butter,sultanas,chopped nuts. 2 cups Cheerios. &160; Bring honey and sugar to boil stirring all the time.&160; When sugar dissolved remove from he...
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09-01-2013 6:55 AM
13 Replies and 3610 Views Dare I say it? livefood!!!  3610  13 Started by  nigel Honestly, post not as bad as it sounds! We have all read about what our birdies might eat in the wild including live bugs and things, today, as usual Danny was at work with me and we were packing up some mealworms (sold as livefoods for wild birds, chickens, lizards and things) now my previous Tag would throw a fit at anything that moved but Danny has always shown remarkably little concern or interest in other living things so I thought I would see what his reaction to a mealworm would be, thi...
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09-01-2013 6:50 AM
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